Keith Urban’s Hand Chair Has Been Returned to Its Rightful Owner
Keith Urban stepped in to help his fan and Urban Style hair salon owner Denise Mackey-Natz two weeks ago, when her giant fiberglass hand chair with Urban's images on it went missing outside her shop in Eau Claire, Wis.
As we previously reported, the country star himself called the salon owner a few days later when he heard of her plight and offered to add to her existing reward by throwing in tickets and backstage passes to an upcoming show.
Good news can now be revealed. The hand chair has come home. It was returned this past Monday by a young man who told Mackey-Natz that when he saw it in front of her salon, he thought it had been thrown out, so he took it to Milwaukee with him. A friend then told him what the real story was, so he returned it, turning down the reward of $200 and the Urban concert tickets and passes.
The salon owner said that the chair had to be unbolted from the concrete block it sat on in order for some to remove it from outside her shop. That mystery remains unsolved.
While it was missing, the hand chair only sustained a few nicks and scratches. The Urban Style salon owner says, "I think I'm going to have to figure out a way to secure it more, but I would like to put it there, because to me, that's where it belongs, so that kids can sit on it and have their picture taken on it."
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